A rendering of the completed Silverdale Way road improvement project. (Kitsap County Public Works)

A rendering of the completed Silverdale Way road improvement project. (Kitsap County Public Works)

Silverdale Way Road Improvement Project Update: July 26

SILVERDALE — Crews will be at work this week completing the retaining wall on the east side of Silverdale Way this week as the county’s road improvement project continues.

Beginning July 30, Puget Sound Energy is expected to finish the utility undergrounding work. PSE anticipates this work will take two weeks to complete.

Crews will not be working Saturday or Sunday this weekend because of Whaling Days. They will resume their work on Monday, July 30. However, they will be working for part of the day on Friday at the corner of Byron Street and Silverdale Way. But traffic delays are not expected.

Continue to expect alternating one-lane traffic on Silverdale Way throughout the projects limits. The southbound shoulder on Silverdale Way between Lowell and Byron Streets will remain closed while workers install forms for the decorative art work on the west side retaining wall. There will also be closures on Byron Street and Pacific Avenue while sidewalks are completed.

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